It's never too early to start plotting your next fantasy football championship. NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league.
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Is it fair to say Devin Singletary will enter 2020 as Buffalo's feature running back?
Not quite. Singletary was a godsend for the Bills in 2019 (775 yards, 5.1 yards per carry), but coach Sean McDermott has said he prefers a multiple-back offense. Singletary should see the majority of Buffalo's carries next season but expect someone -- whether it's a free agent or a rookie -- to share the load with him. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques
Should we be concerned about tight end Mike Gesicki's prospects with wide-receiver-friendly Chan Gailey running the offense?
Gesicki shouldn't disappear in Gailey's offense, but his production may have a ceiling. Gesicki will continue to be used in a "big slot" role rather than as a traditional tight end, which should help his chances to stay on the field when the offense goes to three- or four-receiver sets. Scott Chandler's 2011-12 seasons could serve as an example of Gesicki's potential tight end production. Chandler had 81 catches for 960 yards and 12 touchdowns over two seasons (29 games, 22 starts) as the Bills' No. 1 tight end when Gailey was the coach. -- Cameron Wolfe
Which AFC East team most needs to make a move this offseason?
Rob Ninkovich and Jeff Darlington pick the AFC East teams that most need to make an adjustment during the offseason.
Harry is the best bet among this group based on what else is currently around him at the position. Plus, he was a first-round pick, which further provides a path for him to prove what he can do. Meanwhile, Harris is an intriguing second-year player who potentially falls into the same category as Shane Vereen (2011) and James White (2014) as players who hardly played as rookies before emerging with significant roles. The biggest obstacle for him is that Sony Michel is ahead of him on the depth chart. -- Mike Reiss
How much confidence should we have in tight end Chris Herndon's prospects for 2020 and beyond?
A lot. Coming off a bad-luck year that limited him to only one game (suspension, pulled hamstring and broken rib), Herndon should be able to build on his promising 2018 performance (39 catches, 502 yards, four TDs). QB Sam Darnold has a comfort level with Herndon, who provides a physical presence on intermediate routes. The only concern is whether TE Ryan Griffin, who re-upped after a solid year, will steal some of his production. -- Rich Cimini